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June 6, 2014 7:00 AM

‘All the Light We Cannot See’ takes a different look at World War II

The novel alternates between two teenagers on opposite sides of the war, each struggling to survive while the Allies bombard the city of Saint-Malo in the summer of 1944. These short sections keep the reader in suspense while we flash back to see how the characters were brought to this point.

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